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Fiesta Quarian by fakefrogs
Fiesta Quarian
Yay quarians!!!

This was part of a graphic I did for the next of my "Green Team ME3" gameplay highlight series on Youtube.  In this episode, the kill stealing begins as Cory and myself dance our way to victory against Cerberus on Firebase: Condor.  Check out the video to support more fun ME3 gameplay videos.  Because, sadly, there aren't enough out there where you get to hear the banter between players.

Green Team ME3 Ep: 2 Just Dance: youtu.be/Q6FyNplDV0s

Enjoy the art!!!  And enjoy the video!!!
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Green Team member line up (Halo gameplay series) by fakefrogs
Green Team member line up (Halo gameplay series)
You've seen my Mass Effect Green Team crew (fav.me/d5mvq7b), now meet the original crew I started with.

Green Team is a group of friends who love to get together and play Halo.  It all started years ago when we started playing Halo 2 system link at our local youth group.  It was originally just two of my longest kept friends and myself.  As the years continued, we had a fourth and most recent member officially join.  And we've been Green Team ever since.

From left to right:  Paul(the frogs), Cory(crewman number 4), Mickey(the maverick) and Jacob(the sniper)

These character icons were made for current and future Halo gameplay videos on my Youtube channel.
Check out episode 9 right here for our first matches in Halo: the Master Chief Collection's multiplayer.

Green Team Ep:9 Here We Go:  youtu.be/eZlSXmxLOzY

Hope you enjoy!!!  There's more to come on Youtube and here on DeviantArt, both Halo and Mass Effect related.
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How Do You Run? by fakefrogs
How Do You Run?
A while back, a friend and myself played Mass Effect 3's multiplayer for the first time in a long LONG time.  I was very rusty.  So rusty, in fact, that I forgot how to run.  Check out the video for yourself!

Green Team ME3 Episode: 1:  youtu.be/Q6FyNplDV0s

I haven't seen many gameplay videos of ME3's multiplayer where you get to hear the banter between players.  So I've decided to take matters into my own hands.  Show your support to see more Mass Effect!

Enjoy!!!
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How Many Quarians? by fakefrogs
How Many Quarians?
"How many quarians does it take to kill a Nemesis?"

A while back, a friend and myself played Mass Effect 3's multiplayer for the first time in a long LONG time.  I was very rusty.  Check out the video for yourself!

Green Team ME3 Episode: 1:  youtu.be/Q6FyNplDV0s

I haven't seen many gameplay videos of ME3's multiplayer where you get to hear the banter between players.  So I've decided to take matters into my own hands.  Show your support to see more Mass Effect!

Enjoy!!!
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Queen Rhashia by fakefrogs
Queen Rhashia
I've been in a Bionicle mood as of lately.  Not only do I want to draw all my characters but I've also started re-rewriting one of my first Bionicle fan-fictions.  This here is Queen Rhashia, a main character in the current story I've started rewriting.  This is just a sneak peak at a much larger group piece that I am working on featuring the main characters from this story.

Hope all of you enjoy!!!  I'm slowly getting back into drawing again and am loving it!  :)
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      Happy 14th birthday to deviantART!!!  I didn't get to join in the festivities last year so I decided I should celebrate this year along with the rest of the community.  Especially since deviantART has definitely helped me grow in my artistic endeavors.  Since joining, I have gone from doing quick sketches with pencil and paper to pushing myself with digital art.  Every step of the way I've had people encouraging me to "keep up the good work."

      I started sharing just random sketches, stuff that really only meant something to myself.  When I started to share fan art from the popular video game series Mass Effect, I started to attract some attention.  My first really well received deviation was a comic strip I had started years before but never did anything with until I joined deviantART.

Emotional attachments by fakefrogs

      The Mass Effect deviations are what have drawn the most deviants to my profile.  Even with this fact, I wasn't going to limit myself to doing just Mass Effect fan art, not when there was so much I wanted to share.
      For myself, deviantART is a safe place to share art of any kind, no matter the style or quality, and is also a place to receive and give encouragement.  Everyone needs a safe place to share what they have created.

                                       ancient Inkladdian warrior by fakefrogs

      Not only has deviantART been a place to share artwork both old and new that normally no one would get to see, it has also helped me in developing my artistic skills and giving me a place push and test myself.  "Clyde n Owen", a comic series that started here, has helped with learning how to work with meeting self imposed deadlines.  Even though I occasionally fall short, I have been learning how to, slowly, overcome laziness and procrastination and finnish a project that I have started.  "Clyde n Owen" has been the best result of this learning curve.

                                 the Ark by fakefrogs

      Since I started working with a digital art tablet, my skills have significantly increased and continue to grow with each new piece I complete.

Fallen Colossus by fakefrogs

      Though I have developed my own unique style, I continue to push myself to see what I am capable of doing, learning all the way.  Not every piece receives the same amount of feed back but that doesn't matter.  What matters most is that I am pleased with what I have accomplished.  I don't share for the comments, favs, or watches.  I share because I want to and you never know what might inspire someone else.
      Most of what I share is for myself yet I don't neglect those that have chosen to watch me.  Most watch for the Mass Effect fan art I share and sometimes I will put everything I've learned into one amazing piece for the fans.

          Rain on Rannoch by fakefrogs

      I can honestly say that, without deviantART, I wouldn't be where I am today artistically.  A safe place to share, to give and receive encouragement, and to learn new skills.  That is what deviantART is all about for me.  I've only been a member for a couple of years and in those few years I have grown so much.

    So thanks, deviantART!!!
    Thanks to all it's members!  Thanks to everyone who watches this little artist who goes by "fakefrogs"!

    Happy 14th B-Day!!!  Have some cake! :)
Cake by fakefrogs +83 by fakefrogs

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:iconjesterdk:
JesterDK Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2015   General Artist
Love the style of your pics! Cartoony and fun! AND Mass Effect! Bonus.
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fakefrogs Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2015
Thanks, I was going for cartoony.
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JesterDK Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2015   General Artist
Well, you got it!
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Nargleslayer Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks a lot for the fave, bro. It means a lot. ^_^
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NatureGolem12 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014  Student Artist
Question: when are you going to do more Mass Effect stuff?
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fakefrogs Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014
My ME stuff comes in bursts.  Right now the only consistent thing I draw is my "Clyde n Owen" comic strip.  I try to do a variety of stuff but I do understand most people watch me for the ME stuff.
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NatureGolem12 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2014  Student Artist
Ahh...ok
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GrayBeast Featured By Owner May 29, 2014
Happy Birthday Yugi Like It Plz 
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ExileBlaze Featured By Owner May 29, 2014
Happy Birthday!
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wowplayer00 Featured By Owner May 29, 2014
Happy Birthday :D
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